Welcome to another episode of The Social-Engineer Podcast! Host, Christopher Hadnagy, interviews Dr. Christopher Dwyer, a psychologist who has been researching critical thinking and cognitive energy throughout his career.
Content tagged: critical thinking
In This Issue: “Charity Scams are Real – How Low Will They Go to Exploit a Tragedy?” Find out how cyber criminals monetize tragedy and exploit human emotions.
In This Issue: “Teach Early, Teach Often: Cybersecurity Education for Children.” This month marks the 15 year anniversary of Cybersecurity Awareness Month in the United States, and it is an important time to remember the systems we protect as well as the social systems that affect them.
In the current information age, it may be difficult to determine what information is real. Social engineering awareness training often promotes critical thinking as the go-to form of defense against these threats.
In This Issue: “The Emotional Line of Defense.” Human emotions are the critical security element technology cannot solve. Whether it’s fear, curiosity, or a sense of urgency. As security awareness professionals, we must take this into consideration.
In This Issue: “Social Media and the Social Engineer.” How can a company promote itself and not make themselves a target? Chris Hadnagy outlines 3 steps that can help.
In This Issue: “The Path to Becoming a Resourceful Social Engineer.” Planning, perspective taking, and creativity. Three steps that will get you on the path to becoming a resourceful social engineer.
In This Issue: “Trust But Verify.” Malicious social engineers have evolved along with technology and continue to exploit the trust of human networks. Find out how to keep your organization as safe as possible.